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Hollywood star Dwayne Johnson revealed how he suffered mental turmoil at various points during his life, from his college football days at the University of Miami to the height of his fame.
“My first battle with depression was in Miami. I didn’t want to go to school. But at that time I just knew what depression was,” Johnson recalled.
The former WWE star explained that depression had resurfaced at various points of his life despite success in both wrestling and movies, although his ‘saving grace’ is time spent with his daughters Simone, 21, Jasmine, seven, and Tiana, five.
He said: “Years later, I went through it again when I got divorced, but didn’t know what it was. In 2017, I went through it a little bit. Knew what it was at that time and luckily had some friends that I could lean on.”
About Dwayne Johnson
Dwayne Johnson, popularly known as “The Rock,” is a force to be reckoned with in the entertainment industry. Born on May 2, 1972, in Hayward, California, Dwayne Douglas Johnson has achieved remarkable success as an actor, producer, and professional wrestler.
From his early days in the wrestling ring to his transition into Hollywood, Dwayne Johnson’s journey has been nothing short of inspiring.
Before his foray into acting, Dwayne Johnson made a name for himself as a professional wrestler in the World Wrestling Federation (now known as WWE). With his charismatic personality, impressive physique, and unmatched mic skills, he became one of the most beloved and successful wrestlers of his time.
His larger-than-life persona and catchphrases like “Can you smell what The Rock is cooking?” endeared him to fans worldwide.
Dwayne Johnson’s acting career began in the early 2000s with his debut in “The Mummy Returns” (2001) and its spin-off, “The Scorpion King” (2002). Despite initial skepticism about his transition from wrestling to acting, he quickly proved his talent and versatility.
Over the years, he has starred in a wide range of films, from action blockbusters like the “Fast & Furious” franchise and “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” to comedy hits like “Central Intelligence” and “Ride Along 2.”